Post them, ignore the butthurt HK/Sigfags.
I carry a stock g19, what mods can I do? I was thinking on getting sights first. What kind of sights should I get? Maybe raised ones in case I decide to get a threaded barrel in the future for suppressor?
What sight is that and how's the picture?
Lost of air around the post?
Needing to replace mine, not enough air, too hard to see.
>Oh, here's mine.
trijicons and get a new barrel.
>mfw glockfags need to pay an extra $450 to get their gun to be not shit
Most aftermarket barrels are not polygonal.
Glock may not be true polygonal but it's not traditional either. It has a better gas seal.
If you buy an aftermarket barrel, you're not likely going to see any improved accuracy.
You're not likely going to have as good a gas seal. That means slower ammo.
Aftermarket barrels for a Glock make sense under 2 conditions primarily:
1. You know you want the ability to ad a suppressor.
2. You want to shoot hard cast bullets, generally this would be limited to 10mm or .357sig.
Otherwise, get sights. They don't have to buy night sights either, fiber optic sights are pretty good.
Does the 3.5 connector from a gen3 have the identical part number with the one from the gen4?
If I sell my subcompact gen3, can I swap the aftermarket connector out for the factory one in the gen4 duty size?
>Vickers slide release
>Factory 3.5# connector and threaded barrel
>RMR milled by L&M Precision
Keep mods simple and functional.
There are plenty to chose from. Glock even offers the 17/19 in MOS configuration now.
Glocks are for plebeians, there is no way a sigfag or HKubermensch would even give Glock a second thought, that's like being jealous of someone because they are proud for eating a gallon of shit
Because that's not my gun and the owner is a cocksucker?
And their guns still shit all over the competition, not saying much friendo
Yeah, they don't handle dirt very well. I've seen them fail lots of the mud/dirt/sand tests.
They're nice shooting gun to be sure but they require to be properly maintained and cared for.
Not the weapon I would choose for a month in the wild or crawling through the dirt of a battlefield.
That's fine, if it's a fine gentleman's piece like a sig 210 or something but it isn't. It's a polymer "service pistol" that costs hundreds more than the competition.
Honestly I prefer Sigs even though I also own HKs. I also only see one torture video where the Sig failed, and it failed by some fucking retard stuffing the barrel with dirt and firing it causing a squib. I've seen a P226/P229 get dragged behind a car for miles, hit like a baseball, ran over, buried in mud, submerged and shot. And the thing still works flawlessly.
If it's so perfect why doesn't it come with an undercut trigger guard?
No, I was saying frame color, the grey. I was meaning the black conceals marks and blemishes well. Would the grey frame look as well over time. Since he just got it, hard to say.
I agreed with this completely during the gen3 and prior eras.
Now that the slimmed handles of the gen4 are out, the lanky Glock 17/22 model has matured into much more of a looker.
The 19 (>>28656665) may still be more aesthetic but the others are not so ugly anymore at least.
Why do you carry right in the middle? I keep mine just at the crease of my hip between pelvis/left femur so when I sit it just falls right into the crease rather than poking my dick. I think it conceals a little better too being in a moving spot, rather than my centerline
See I thought that too, but then I fired about 100 rounds from one. Not as natural as my Luger is (nothing ever will be to me) but it is a very close second. Tried a Gen4 at the same time and got the Steyr. Was 449 compared to 599 as well.
Euro-fag here, I'm just curious. What use do you give to your gun?
And that's fine. I got a good deal, equal reliability, and very cheap factory magazines. I don't care about lasers and lights on a carry gun, I only practice with irons nor do I need 800 different options for a magazine release, factory works just fine. To each their own, as I said before, my ideal pistol for feel is a P08 Luger.
Why the fuck are glocks so expensive? I mean I understand they're reliable and they're ok to shoot but seriously. Armslist by me is full of glocks and the minimum price for them appears to be $500. No matter how used or old they are. Some guy has a Gen 2 17 for $600 for fucks sake. Is it just a seasonal thing?
have you seen the retards posting on /k/? If you were in America and knew that these idiots were armed and among your society wouldn't you feel the need to responsibly arm yourself against them?
I mean $400 new is a good price for a brand new glock. $500 for a fucking shot out gen 2 full size is not. And they're all like that and they all get super butthurt when you point out the fact that their couple year old gun is not worth 95% of MSRP when it was new.
Got mine for 400 brand new. Just gotta find the right deal.
>>28660025 could be right. a year or so ago i saw police trade gen2 17s for around 300 bucks at my LGS. keep your eyes and ears open, and check out other fun stores for similar deals.
also, i'm looking into purchasing my first glock, a 26 for CC. any advice on holsters(leftie here) or whether i should go gen3 or gen4, and why?
Not that guy but I think it depends on what pants you wear and how you're built. The pants can be such that when you're sitting the gun is either vertical or horizontal.
I find that with my build and the sort of pants I wear (Levis 451 mostly) that having the gun vertical while sitting and in the 11:30 -12:30 range is comfiest and conceals very well. Closer to 1:00 and the grip tends to print a bit and I get poked in the thigh when I squat / bend